Adrian Nealon 200 (& 100)

Date: 1st September 2024

Difficulty/Climbing (from * to *****)    ***

There will also be an option of a 100km Route on the day.

Organiser: Eamon Nealon


Phone: 087 2439115

Address: Ballinahaglish, Ballina, Co. Mayo

Entry Fee: €15 plus Eventmaster Fees, including Audax Ireland Medal for all finishers.

1-day Licence is available for €20 if required, this will be charged automatically on Eventmaster if you do not have a current Cycling Ireland Annual Licence.  All entries must be on Eventmaster link below. Please make sure to choose the correct “Ticket” for your distance !

Entry is on Eventmaster-200 & 100km: to follow

Closing Date: Tuesday 27th September 2024

Start:  Ballinahaglish Cemetery, Ballina, Co. Mayo
(Ballina to Foxford Road, 3 miles from Ballina)

Start Time: 8.00am (Sign-on from 07:30am)


This is not just a memorial event to remember a brother, it is an event to highlight the effects of drugs and alcohol in todays society and on those living with it.  Small donations welcome on the day and will be given to a local charity.

Maps (subject to change):

Adrian Nealon 200 New Map 

Adrian Nealon 100 Map

See also

8 thoughts on “Adrian Nealon 200 (& 100)”

    1. Hi Hendrick, Most details are on the event webpage. If you need more details you should e-mail or phone Eamon directly. Cheers, Niall

    1. Hi Silvano, this is not a supported route but you can find local shops in Ballyvary, Foxford Tobbercurry and Dromore West

  1. Hi Paul,

    It’s preferred that entries are paid via the club paypal account,
    or send a cheque/PO/post (payable to Audax Ireland) to the club treasurer
    Andreas Voigt
    12 Brookville Park
    Malahide Road
    Dublin 5
    D05 F6T2

  2. Hi……I’m a Sligo cycling club and Cycling Ireland member but not yet a member of Audax Ireland. I’d like to train for and do the Adrian Nealon Memorial 200km at end-August 2022. Do I need to be a member of Audax Ireland to enter this event ?

    1. Hi Martin, No, there is no requirement to be a member. You do need a Cycling Ireland Licence, or to take out a CI 1-day Licence. Cheers, Niall.

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